MN Students Get Lesson In Wildlife Research

(KARE) Students at Blaine High School in Blaine, Minnesota took “hands-on learning” to a whole new level.

“This is the highlight of the trimester for sure,” said senior Brandon Hurd. “This is the type of learning you get excited for.”

Students from the school’s senior-level, outdoor science class have put tracking devices on raccoons and squirrels, but never a deer. That changed on Monday at neighboring Bunker Hills Regional Park

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